tecnincal analisis and liquidity pools

Discussion in 'Newbie Questions' started by lucacrebbe, Oct 14, 2018.

  1. lucacrebbe

    lucacrebbe Trader

    Hello I was talking with a trader, and since I am always curious and willing to learn, I was asking myself what are those things_

    Real T.A deals with orderflow, stophunts, liquidity pools, supply / demand zones / volume weighted averages, volume price divergences

    My question would be: which indicators can help me to detect stophunts, orderflows and ''supply and demand zones'' ?

    And what are ''liquidity pools''?

    I would really appreciate if you could answer to this questions, thanks
  2. Enivid

    Enivid Administrator Staff Member

    These terms come from price action traders. You do not need any indicators to spot them. According to price action proponents, all these levels can be detected using raw chart data + volume (where applicable).

    Liquidity pools are also a PA term - they are somewhat similar to pivot points. PA enthusiasts claim that price levels that form liquidity pool have higher concentration of orders (hence, liquidity) around them, so these zones can be used to execute big (institutional) buy and sell trades.

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